Following a national search, Kim S. Bradley has been appointed chief of staff by UNC Charlotte Chancellor Philip L. Dubois, effective August 1. She was selected from among more than 170 individuals applying for or nominated for the post.
Facilities management’s Brent Offenberger hoped for an uneventful vacation fishing trip in Newport News, Va., on the James River. The outing, which included his teenage son and father-in-law, appeared to be going as planned - until the unimaginable happened. With virtually no warning, a U.S. Navy MH-60S helicopter crashed into the river during a routine training mission.
A new program from the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing will allow top students at local institutions of higher education to transition seamlessly from earning an associate’s degree to starting a bachelor’s.
The lack of women in the information technology workforce directly affects the nation’s economic future — only 26 percent of IT professionals are women. This lack of gender diversity is a key factor to the growing shortage of tech talent; future U.S. graduates with bachelor’s degrees in computing can fill only 40 percent of the country's projected tech jobs.
Business leaders from across the area recently joined UNC Charlotte instructional technology faculty on campus to discuss industry trends and the future of corporate training and performance improvement.
Once named the “Top Ballpark in North Carolina,” the Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium honors a couple whose financial support benefited UNC Charlotte and a wide variety of enterprises leading to a better quality of life for countless individuals.
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